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Re: Server and ssh connection

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  • Robert Loomans
    ... SSH logins and graphical (console) logins differ in the Bootstrap namespace they inherit. See http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn2005/tn2083.html Cocoa
    Message 1 of 11 , Nov 20, 2008
      Tobia Conforto wrote:
      > daaku wrote:
      >>> If you have a screen session which was started from Mac OS X, and
      >>> you continue it from the Linux Box per ssh, the command should work.
      >> For a second I thought that worked - but it doesn't seem to find the
      >> existing session either. I guess I need to figure out how the
      >> distributed objects Björn mentioned work.
      >
      > I've stumbled onto this wall in the past, with other applications. OS
      > X seems to go the extra mile in preventing random processes from
      > interfering with the Graphical Desktop. Having the right userid is
      > not enough, there is some other kind of check being made. Something
      > similar in principle to X11's ~/.Xauthority file, except it doesn't
      > seem to be a file. Maybe it's based on sessions and process groups,
      > in which case you'd be out of luck. I'm sure someone on this list
      > knows what I'm talking about (I clearly don't :-)

      SSH logins and graphical (console) logins differ in the Bootstrap
      namespace they inherit. See
      http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn2005/tn2083.html

      Cocoa distributed object appear to use the bootstrap service in some
      fashion.

      Rob

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